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Chinese Baroque buildings in Harbin get facelift

Date: 2013.12.16 Editor: Evelyn Shi

China's largest and most intact buildings in the "Chinese Baroque" architectural style favored in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province have been renovated and will open to tourists at the beginning of 2014. Built about a century ago, the buildings cover an area of 288,300 square meters.



These works of architecture, located in Daowai district of Harbin city, capital of Heilongjiang, are a combination of the Baroque style and Chinese elements such as crane and peony designs.